Jim Grayson a senior security consultant discusses how Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) can be a major step toward that reality. CPTED can then be combined with other security tools to create an attractive, cost saving environment where security is more than a buzz word—a new program that works and grows to meet new challenges.
This session led by Robby Ball the Coordinator of Ed Support Services, Emergency Management for the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District will help campus security professionals put plans together for before and after K-12 school activities to train sponsors, coaches, fine arts directors, etc., on what needs to be addressed, why it is important and putting a plan together that all personnel can easily follow.
John Baker the Chief of Police for the Lancaster Lebanon IU13 Police Department explores the foundation of any response to a hazard, but specifically a violent intruder/active shooter event. An OODA Loop is the decision cycle of observe, orient, decide and act. This session will also discuss the international epidemic of virtual awareness vs. situational awareness and the need to change the tide.
Meteorologist, Steve Prinzivalli will help you learn about severe weather challenges and developing a policy to protect your school or campus. He will discuss the science behind severe weather events, how to develop and effective weather safety policy and explores weather safety technologies and the key features you need.
Gary L. Sigrist, Jr., the CEO and President of SafeGuard Risk Solutions discusses how Threat Assessment Teams can be used. Topics Include how to identify behaviors indicating a person might be on a path. Analyze the behaviors to determine the seriousness of the threat and develop safety plans to protect the students and staff of the school.
Disaster! How School Districts Can Prepare for the Worst Through Collaboration and Community Partnerships
Alan Walters the Director of Safety and Risk Management for the Georgetown County School District walks participants through his personal experiences of a rare ice storm, a 1,000-year flood and Hurricane Matthew in a less than three years. Participants will learn how each incident helped GCSD become better prepared to deal with the next weather event.